The series “How to Herd Humans” identifies the areas of vulnerability we must recognize in our encounter with competition among alien races in the Greater Community.
“They consider you valuable. However, they do not consider you to be their peers or their equals. Useful, that is how you are perceived. So, in all whom they will encounter, in all whom they will take, the visitors will seek to engender this sense of their superiority, their value and the worth and the significance of their endeavors in the world.” The Allies of Humanity Book One, Second Briefing: The Challenge to Human Freedom
The Alien Intervention has a strategy that is simple and effective: 1) as discussed in the first post in this series, they would wait until the time is ripe for the taking of a world’s population and its resources, when the capture of our own sovereign rights of ownership might be seen to have been forfeited. 2) Having observed the population, then, as described in the second post in the series, they use the divide and conquer method to weaken solidarity, isolating factions and individuals one from another. 3) The native people are vulnerable to the manipulation of their beliefs and hopeful superstitions, as seen in the third post of the series.
This the fourth post in the series will examine how our relative innocence and ignorance, our weakened state put us in a position to believe anything that they wish to use as leverage in this relationship. The alien interlopers want us to feel weak and ignorant; they will portray themselves as sophisticates; they will encourage our trust in their expertise in all matters; they will feed us stories that minimize our own accomplishment and they will offer us trinkets, in the form of technology, in exchange for our freedom.
“Even today, many people believe that advanced technology is the same as advanced ethics and morality. They assume that if a race has survived over a long period of time that they have by necessity overcome the predisposition to competition, conflict and war.”The New Message on Life in the Universe (September 3, 2007)
A weakened people, a desperate people, estranged and unprepared, seeks a quick fix and is willing to believe in a a magical solution.
A native people, underexposed to the ways and wiles of colonizers, has no idea of the agenda of the resource explorers; they are easily duped into offers that appeal to their wishes and hopes. They have no experience by which to evaluate these offers critically against their own experience.
“They will take advantage of what people want, particularly those things that people want but have not been able to gain for themselves, such as peace and order, beauty and tranquility. These will be offered and some people will believe.” The Allies of Humanity Book One, Second Briefing: The Challenge to Human Freedom
These are some of the themes used to encourage our belief in their inherent superiority, often used to justify the abduction of humans and to obscure their actual intention to infiltrate our population with hybrids:
- They created us; the capacities we do have were gifted to us long ago by them.
- They were here first; this is their world.
- Humanity is intrinsically flawed, excepting those souls from beyond come to assist
- Our DNA is flawed, we need animal husbandry to improve our stock
- Psychologically and physically traumatic abduction experiences are due to the shortcomings of the abductees
- They are like our older brothers watching over us and have our best interests in mind.
- Their intention is to share their more sophisticated understanding to help us advance scientifically, technologically, spiritually
“The Intervention is here to cast persuasion over the world, to gain control of the minds and hearts of people. It is doing this by offering people incredible promises of salvation and free energy, promising humanity peace and equanimity, offering advanced technology in order for humanity to become dependent on these foreign powers. And like the foolish natives of so many tribes before, humanity is acquiescing to these promises. Having lost faith in human leadership and human institutions, many people are now turning to the Intervention for guidance, believing its promises of peace and technology.” Resisting the Intervention (September 10, 2008)